Eames House of Cards

 

 

The Eames' dabbled in paperworks and their House of Cards (1952) remains an icon of modern, playful design. The images and patterns on the set of 32 interlocking cards represent what Charles Eames referred to as "the good stuff': prints and textiles admired on world travels, nostalgic pictures of animals, and all variety of beloved objects and tokens of the past.

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